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Thu, November 30, 12:00pm
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Christmas isn’t cancelled this year! And Miracle Toronto 2020 is bringing the Christmas cheer with its annual pop-up event, outdoors.
With everything going on, Miracle Toronto has taken steps to ensure that guests are able to enjoy the holiday event while staying safe.
Now exclusively outdoors, unlike years before, the event will make sure to keep all physical distancing measures in place for those who want to partake in the joyous event.
“Delivery and Pickup added to be inclusive of especially vulnerable members of our community. We will be ensuring the only thing spread at our event is the holiday spirit,” said Nick Kennedy, Senior Elf (as he titles himself) to Daily Hive.
Though you might not be able to sing and cheer to your favourite Christmas classics, there are a couple of goodies you’ll be able to enjoy.
“We will be adding online delivery (by elf) of cocktail kits, cookies, and the always super Instagram-able glassware,” said Kennedy.
Though it might not compare to last years event, Miracle Toronto has brought in a new menu item, exclusively made to tap into your Christmas cheer. Jolly Koala, made with Gin, Dry Vermouth, Pine-Cardamon-Sage cordial, and an adorable Koala.
Staying home? You can order this kit for $75, enough to make 12 cocktails. Other kits are also available like the “Yippee Ki Yay Mother F****r!” Kit, “Bad Santa” Kit, “Christmapolitan” Kit and more.
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“10% of online orders and the usual dollar of every drink will go to Nellies.”
Last year, Miracle Toronto donated $35,000 to Nellie’s Shelter, a place for “women and children who have and are experiencing oppressions such as violence, poverty and homelessness.”